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SIX-HOUR DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
SIX-HOURDA Council lat night th Six -IDI Ass9dciatiilje ? advised .thaiit : :Mondhy. Octobier t l~ia is; beei: clihods'en as theb daitea: foir' ·tho annii ii' celebrajiiii o in. Goilburini. Council' ?vas -:iasl etlldf'it t0onld concuthi iii' i 'aipllicsitionlto lia-IA this : dii" gazette ? ia fi1ilicl lioliday. - - .Fobllowing ssoiie discsosfio, it was 'ltcide'd to, deter a lecisloii until'niiext meetingg, wlili?,it Wias hop'lided; furithar ilidel wov, :.bo: ( be alailable uls to til. the adtti,:11 dat.' of the Sttitt tld'e hol1dil: wich.lih is o tla g iiettdiin lOctobbxr. It :5i?v~i 18 ilsdecided !th?: Mth telieyo shouidl: coisfilt ofii'lls'or- tfini e : 50isso i1Itioatl hi i" 1l ion' a ii iohO" " il
BOX THORN Spreading In Mulwaree Shire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
BOX THORN Spreading In Mulwaree Shire A rIeport submitted to ytster, dlay's meeting of the Mulwaree' Shire Council by-tihe Noxiotils Plants Inlspector, IMr. E. J. Fitz' gerahll,. disclosed thalnt African Box 'Ihorn is :iifestiing vii aous areas within i the shlire and a it' was decided that steps:. shoul be taken to deal with the inatter. a ir. Fitzgerald's report sedt , out that an inspection hild beehioniiade ot the greater part ofthei: shire aiild ihe had noticed a light to heavy girowth of the plai?.t in: sevdral i'reas. Ai Thorn's Bridge there ' vas a ver bhadl. patch, .w.hile small plants wero spreadlng. towards the river ., In the Gilhdart area's a nuinber o holdings showed la rge ,ilhnts liand small suickers wetre cominmiencing to spread. Small suclkers from hedges which hdt. been originally. planfed had also.spread on Kenmore Hospital property, idile infested areas had also been ]found ait Tairalga, Mary's Mount, Joppa, Bireadlbihbne, Tir ranna, Yaiita; Baw DBass Crossiig: ...
The King's Appeal Repentance And Prayer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
The King's Appeal Repentance And Prayer uioaly is a. aDy oI)lf ipi nltiince : allnd iS'yr .andl special serv'hices' will hle hleld in all achiclihs.a i-r; Forithe @cuthi -'of.tho ?Ministors' Fraternaln, &lt;RTev>: 'C.t 3itoten "*vit Bernard Doanic anildRe v.D;. A. Gisa scy write u 'Is 'fbllows .: :*,; .";:,", "', "Sir: : Most ch.urch i lpeoi 'vill naturally 'i'espoliid to4tlh'itic ol.' His .Majesty ' thc King' 'rs:bl:peisic observyance 'of- ion; Sh iiily as a.iid.a of National, Reopiitance aid' Prayer. "Wo; as tlte cleargy and mninister of this city,r; stronigly rgeiiall, ,c i'ii-t zens to6 :respoid (. to.-.. His ,t.Majifty's' caill. nildaccordingly we invitei ltli to -join .uts in .:thils ne oa' ill' plici to'i nd sell-ddictl i . . "' "Details of r,0i soervilces; iil liibe founid on: anotlieri ag' i :. ':
Stage Set Patriotic Appeal To-night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
SStage Set Patriotic Appeal Toh;night Y~ ' ii I -ii Wotkmen were busy this morn-? .ing assisting officers of the Goul burn Ambulance and other volun teer? to : erect:the required plant . to be used for the Patriotic aid War Fund Street Carniva'l to bd:e? staged to night and to morrow . . . . ... ? . . ·. . . night." \. 'Thin ca'niral 1i1 be coinductk along the street 'froUtige. between- tIlie intersections of Clifforld alil Montigue Streets and the organisers liope to :make: it itlie brightest t seen in Goulbitrn. infce the "White City" das' lf theli Greit: War. The cause is equally ilinoi'tant ,aund the "putlie is expected to respiond with the sasno geneloasit~y which insaked siilsri -et forts in:t the past. " In. addition to the various attranc tions-. common to such carniials, a nunmbei rof novel eltecrtainments will be pprovided anid not ,the least of these will be stceet clailcing to mlsic sulc - plied by ceihlbucrn bands:; :'' .It ie, lioliose:. tbo. reserve' a sedtion of the ...
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
-PASSENGER S : TRAIN SERVICES' . SYDNEY, Friday: It is,considered unilkely that full passenger'services: will ,be restored on the. railways be fore the end.ofo next'week , but:: with; large quantlties:of coal how 0arrivinig it may be possible to resuime nodrilal, suburban schedules. .. . Sleeping, cars have, been attaclhed to the Melbourne anfid Brisbane E-' presses, buit they, have' not! yet ;b'eem put on country trains. ' "' '- -f1,i?;""
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
Nurse Ended Kidney Trouble Nurse A. R. F.* writes: "I left England after the war, having done a great deal of nursing and suffelred in y haj 'dshiPs. As a result suf fered for sixtee,? earrfroit c4acede e sson ?ki etr Thl aI tard Wiitt' Pil. e fjst d..?'did 1 g od d :'b I am in peect i ealth." , Naine withl:eld med al etiquette. Yiu, too, can end the de pression, pain and weakness caused by kidney trouble. Start with Dc Witt's Pills to-day. Relief from the first dose is followed by permanent benefit. Body pains and backache will go. Vigour and vitality will return. DEWITTSP: PLS end the pain of Rheumatism. Backache, Lumbago, Sciatica, Joint Pains, Urinary Disorders and all forms of KIidney Trouble. Of all chemists and stores, 1/9, 3/- and 5/9 THR :E FAVOURi TES for EVERY HOi E FO NTAIN TO ATO AUCE * Your old Favourite FO~~~t NTAIN SELF~RAII FLOUR *~ Just ~ike Home Made * Malk s the Best Scones FO NTAIN BAKING P WDER CTURE CARDS IN EVERY LB. TIN) TO PICTURE CARD COLLECTORS A complete...
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
MARKET PRICES;:' The Australian Wheat Board's quo- tations for export wheat are unaltered: to-day. Old bulk lots are quoted: htt /,. and bagged miliers' parcels at: 4/3: a Iuslel. "ushe . ' Prices on Sussex Street to-day wer:;' Potatoes, T'asmanian, £9/10/: td;W'1i'; eggs-new laid 2/, case 1/6; htittei; 161/2; maize, 4/9; cleese. lOBtd t 1/2; honey, 4id to 7d; onions,; £10 to £12; chaffl-wleaten 23/9 to 24/6,: oaten 4/6 to 5/3, lucerne 7/ to ,9i/3; hay-lucerne 8/6 to 9/, oaten 4/O(ito
GAS PRODUCER FOR COUNCIL LORRY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
¢,,.:4 ::~- ::, i· :....,_-.:.,' .C-, ONGII-: .LORR GAS PRODUCERPe , COUNCIL LORRY of,. the Goodilbuinia ..Ci~ty,,,C:oencti, the City' Englei: r6 ? I. Mfi':.tin 1e tIated Shit i g s p, roduce ut? t .woul n on ftfiit di:t, nto 'e of the couicil l'lo rries iMo hdanona fiiext foi one monith's .trial. .: T.lhe ei?.rt ai.o ddiiclosoil tihat di' ing .;th:e past L',oright l'oui. of trie coniocil's a.lo ries hal: tiravelledl 1128 infles':i a hdiid ih?soi;bed 167 gillonis or pet}?.i '. .01 - . ... .: ,
Shortage In Funds Sheriff's Officer Before Court [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
Shortage In Funds Sheriff's Officer Before Court Johi G(reig .Pollock,' forlmrc Selriff s' Officer at Yoing, aip-i : iearted lbefore' Mi'.. :rl;oiinhadt':: S.Ma., at. the Youing Policed Cou;tl charged wlikth hu? zzli"fing p/;bli, so:ione*i to it:c valc ?if £27/8/i7,l: ailgl tohave been l~~IhplO * priated on March lo, 10,40 Evidence forthie .Crowni wasgigen b, :lir st' Classi?Plaincl thdihe'06s Constal o Vidorol, wleht s1id that he lihadldlu tioned defenant"oii" My 10 re specting the' shoiltage. DefeOtldant id niitte d "irvileg received the mhoney, biut .:.coul:d not account -:forl iits , is posal. I'i :reply to Mr. :\V.' ,Clia; in who a·ppe-reidl for.e defelidailt, Coeilstilbie Windsbr snidl t fitl e iideirstod il.'that Pollock had: ibeen in "tile Public Serl ,iee for a' perioldob 1f pears, and. a his associaUtoi vlh i i .thn- .h-t Youing, lkne ? nothing :ilet.iiienntai to ' his ehiaa'ter?.. In 'fact; .he bore a very 'ood cchnrcter. -ormai: evidence was givenl b, HaIrry 'Isles: C.P....
Relief Camps Drinking Water For Men [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
Relief Ca m ps Drinking Water For Men 1Full details oi" precautlions lnecessary to censjtie that dilink ing watei :tiituneiplcyiiiji it re liof camnlsw.i'ovas' fit, foi litltmnia consumptio i ·.i .verle contafined in a leItter. tabletl"at ,:est?i?dlay'?'. imeceting. fC' tlht "luiwaree l Shire: Countcil. it! li i)e i.;artintect 'oaf. 3linil Rloads. ~··i"·'~i ~:F: The letter;. hilch :;isuggestedl that water requling tteiataoent . couild : be sterilised or boiled; .leclated that:it t'as most desIiakblelthtt ovater so teatled he allowed. to 'standt fo:an: period of 24 hours.:o A nihininiiihi:l two tanks for drinking water should ,lprovided in each calnpi so :. tht 1er was undergoiing treatieit l:i'h: Ie tank while 'the water: treatedl the i.v before was dratined .olonm. the cO tank. tanks used for dlikinti' avatea s. 4be equipped ,with two t;-tpDs ole at'nlthe level of the botiot.pfn the~ tank aiid one about six inches: abvt thei bottom. The upper tap ivas tused to dtlraw off drinlking ...
Work On Highway May Commence On Monday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
Highway May Commence On Monday According' to infolniqtion taIe!lr at. ~esterdnvy's imetini' of the lMulwa'ree Shiire Council, 23 . atioleld reliecf workers-luillf tlic nmiiber. t ipresent engaged onil tle Yarnia deviation project ivilli e transferred to thlie Syd tiey Itnad on Monday nexitwhlien, Sit Is proposed, 'rilief work oni a " thred-mile stretch between Go,-' ornor's Hill and 'olw.rang will: Slie.commenced at ap .estilnate'· ' cost of more than £14,000.0 ::-. Reference .to the work ivaS: con-: taiilied ". "repoit *to *h thi .A?.rka' Co3ommittee lby. the.' Shireo ,Engineei, ,Mti. H..; i, D ~rke, wwlitei a::!latert; stage' 'of; the: meet ng' ..te' ShIre. Clerk; r:' M. R..I;: :Pefinina'n '.sat:thal: he hadl recently./lbeei. askeil by thc Departmen t.toft Maihtdi ids. if, councll\ would suibniita t restimate for ?cariy:; ;nag out the 'orll udiei hinempo inent rellet ' nfdiitii*i is.'?i . !:: , ; ;'a ',;.J 1ri.4\2-enim ]as it'forned .tht Sto ,: the :'departmenti't' eniclosing' i. ...
ST. ANDREW'S [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
ST. ANDREW'S The serlvices at St. Andrew's Qn Si?ndily will he 'Slecial seasons. o rayer. It is requested that thpe con gregation will gather tpgetlter in the cbhurch at both services. The committee of mannagenlent Will meet on Motday at 7.45 p.m. The mlid-week prayer service will ble held on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m:·
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS POTATO SUPPLIES ARE ARRIVING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS POTATO SUPPLIES ARE ARRIVING : SYDNEY:1Fri'idayu : tAbil 30 000. bagsd of Tasmaniana. potatoes Iareyexpected in Sydney -ilext ;eck;:. So eX:i Street agents dto not auntlciptte an~ : aiterial change ini prices. The keen leni and- fo: potatoes, which ,has beengi:tic ~cabe thi"s vweek, continuneti yesiteri i ?' e ib'ie'iiechants received :substatiail a.' 'l :s! :;ft'om country centi:es. , About .000 bi:gs w?e:e delivered yes terday., leaving a cii: cliy od?i?i bf 5500 bags. It is :eXpected: tait'aill av?uiltible plotatoes ivill be,, cletred. by? itb-mor* J.OW.. M/AiZE New 1 l . 'duiuefc white -I/it s~ Iuyetlnlu ro w . : :', . : ·:,;:. .( ."?- ?.: ·l~. ',, · " ' MIILLET ~.New .. adbo'-i?" .pltriune )ri ght colotu to£: £ i 'h ll elv w tlier. s·tainedt and oveiuripoa '£23 ito': £35 per short, ton (20001h) POTATOES. t o·cw% ii -lit, Bis. marclts i£10, At-axiC?lii1efs ':£9/10/, Snowiltakes"£9/l o?0/, :seed .Airiri ChieO £13, (Brownelt) £8S:ieit~ iS.)r : :, ONIONS.--Vi...
MILK INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
, MILK INQUIRY i Theo Premier (Cih. Mair) announced last night tflt .he scope of the RIoyal Cotltttssiotn oli miilk htad been exs tentdedt to ldaihylen vendors illn the mnetrt 9olitan ;itnd Newcastle areas. Mt. ,Maih' said the contnisstion woulhd plrobab?~ egin it inquiry ext )yweol,.
No Further Relief Work Minister's Letter To Goulburn Council [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
No Further Relief Work Minister's Letter To Goulburn Council .Prospects of any further .rclie- • works being put in hand in the(lc. near future are very 'remote,; ac cording' to. a letter read' at .last : . night's meeting; of the, Goulburn City Council. " '' ' The letteir, ,whichli' canme, fLromu the Ministei for Works tinld Lodal Gov. ernment,: Mr. I.i'; O 0 Mart tin, tliroughl Mr. J. ir T'iflly,-M.iL.A., intilmiteld that consitlerationl had been given by the VWorka"' Co-olrdinatlon Committee to the -works schedulet submitted: by theo council.' :.' "The; committee;" stated the Min. ister, "loas decided. that .in view of the woirksa at present in hI?nd t by rationed trelicfS laboii' 111 this area,, it is iot prepaireld 'to. recommend ::.r coniniencementt, of any': furthler slin l:lr woorkst ffor the lime being.',' ".' GONE WEST!" 'T1ie Ma yo, I . . P. P' Matio: That: mieans tlhat our:8 ' months .dl earne it coinsitleratiori Is Ipstlioned.. :,Voices:' Gobn' West'!: A suiggostioi by ...
Thieves Visit Library [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
iThieves Visit * i;`brary ·.. · Lst night or early this morr ing thi'eves forced ?:an' o-entranri?'. :: to th'c;i athoiic Didocesan Library, Sand -:tole a -small 'sum, of :m&noii5 which had been: left in the: bulld-"k ig ;overnight onlg t ci s i ' So f. r / as Is l? , , J th . o hrbb 'y ciodel(h$t, nilgh~t ?iThle i!a tteir conh~let s ol a:: ?p~acioee1s 1 :oohIl'' ,,,the eOSCbfll 5 ,o'".o . h:e't Che iltin i'3rotheri' rocnical Sohlool 48In Voei Street i dits lin a fal ii eeciuded pooftidi, hich Woilll:ion hie( the thleve o ; t ,!'ibe'ing 5een0;11 from )the street. : W. lieil'thei lebrary wis oDllnedl this, moriing: iti was foinnd that thlree"" o fobiu? pblids hadd been taken ald tlhel matter iWas replolrted to t lhe police, 1': are' leivestigating. :.::...: - ,. . [.e '
MUSIC EXAMINATION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
M,'USIC r EXAMINATIi:ON i ?SYDNEY, Fridni: .The oIlloto? are the reslilts of theory umiusic ind examintiions condtucted by' th f:?yd 10y Coioser?va torlui .on 'lehoi bl the: Auils'iallnfi Mluslic fExatmiatiunonh id : Coi;eltof Molercyi Goulbui.in G'rade v.: -onoul·s; Mar I':l?, , Kei'i;t Pni ··ll;·.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940
FROM. PAINFULI B CKACHE Sany of those :naingl nagging, gall ful backaches people blan a on cli or strains are oftenll cansld by tire kidneys-andl can be reli ed whe treated in the right wa.. e kidneys are Nature's hief way of taking excess acids and poi nous waste oliut of the I od. Mos people pass about 3 pins sa day or about 3 pounds of was. I the 15 miles of kidney t bes and Iters don't work well, poi oi ous waste matter stays in the bloo. Thllese' pIoisolls may c1ise freq ent and scanty passages Ith ama ing and burning, nagf ing back ches, rheulniatic pains, los. of pep d enlergy, getting up nigljis, swell g, puffiness undecr the e3ns, head lhes and dizziness. Do 't wait! Ask your chen st or st re for DOAN'S BACKACI E KIDN Y PILLS, used successfu y by mi ions for over 40 years. Th y give ppy relief alnd will hellp t? 15 mi s of kidney tubes flush ozt poisone us waste flrom thle bloo0. Get DQAN' BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS to-day - the remedy thllat will make you well and keep you well...